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Fayetteville business owners release survey on downtown parking

A majority of Dickson Street customers agree the downtown parking experience needs improvement, according to a survey released Tuesday.

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Guest ranch proposed in southwest Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE -- An Elm Springs couple wanting to create a guest ranch in a wooded area in the southwest part of town found themselves at odds with neighbors during a Planning Commission meeting Monday.

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New Design School eyes historic Walker-Stone House as new home

FAYETTEVILLE -- A small, nonprofit design school hopes to make a big impact downtown by moving into one of the few remaining homes in the city that survived the Civil War.

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Fayetteville City Council OK's controversial Crossover Road rezoning

City Council members cited the growing needs of the area in deciding to rezone land at the northern edge of the city despite pleas from neighbors to leave the property alone.

After urbanism summit, NW Arkansas officials push bus-based rapid transit

Officials in Northwest Arkansas want to create a bus rapid transit system for the region to help improve multimodal transportation throughout the area.

Northwest Arkansas officials head to Seattle, learn about bus rapid transit

Officials in Northwest Arkansas want to bring a bus rapid transit system to the region, and if successful, it could become the tip of the iceberg in improving multimodal transportation throughout the area.

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Fayetteville Public Television seeks larger audience, increased use

FAYETTEVILLE -- The public-access channel has come a long way from simply serving as a cork board for public meetings or providing a soap box for residents to proclaim their viewpoints.

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Fayetteville hires economic vitality director

The 2014 tornado that wreaked havoc in Mayflower and Vilonia changed a lot of lives, including that of Devin Howland.

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Fayetteville Planning Commission forwards College Avenue rezoning proposal

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Planning Commission on Monday recommended rezoning most of a section of College Avenue to a zoning district not yet on the books with design stipulations planning staff will determine before the City Council takes up the proposal.

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Northwest Arkansas seeing more panhandlers on the streets, officials say

Most people ignore Larry Laubach when he stands alongside a busy street asking for money in south Fayetteville, the homeless 68-year-old said.

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Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King ...

Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and South Oak Ro...

Published: May 8, 2017

A trailer park with about 50 mobile homes can be seen from Poplar Street and Leverett Avenue in Faye...

A trailer park with about 50 mobile homes can be seen from Poplar Street and Leverett Avenue in Fayetteville on Thursday. The City...

Published: May 1, 2017

Kelly Mulhollan addresses the City Council on Tuesday at City Hall in Fayetteville. More than 20 res...

Kelly Mulhollan addresses the City Council on Tuesday at City Hall in Fayetteville. More than 20 residents spoke before the counci...

Published: February 22, 2017

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